Hord Coplan Macht announces that it is expanding its housing and mixed-use practice in Denver with the addition of Dan Kessler, AIA, as studio leader.

Kessler brings over 22 years of experience to the firm with a strong focus on urban multifamily and mixed-use projects. He is currently overseeing the 208-unit Creekside Silo multifamily project developed by McWhinney in Longmont, Colorado.  Kessler’s previous project expertise spans a variety of construction types including concrete-framed high-rise, hybrid mid-rise, low-rise and podium design.

“Dan’s expertise will help us expand our housing and mixed-use practice in Denver and contribute to the numerous multifamily and mixed-use projects we are designing in other markets across the country,” says Adele Willson, managing principal, Hord Coplan Macht.

Kessler has a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Colorado, Denver, and a Bachelor of Environmental Design from Miami University.